Jameos del Agua & Cueva de los Verdes


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Jameos del Agua & Cueva de los Verdes

Venture 27 kilometres north of Arrecife to discover some of the world's most awe-inspiring caves. The Jameos del Agua subterranean complex, formed 3,000 years ago by a volcanic eruption, boasts an array of volcanic formations, including lakes, caves, courtyards, and even a subterranean auditorium that regularly hosts concerts. Adjacent to Jameos del Agua, you'll find the remarkable Cueva de los Verdes, a lava tube situated within the protected area of Monumento Natural del Malpaís de La Corona. This tourist attraction features 7-kilometre-long tunnels and a mesmerising subterranean lake in its largest cave.

Do & See

Lanzarote offers a splendid mix of nature and culture, inviting visitors to soak up the sun or embark on a thrilling mountain climb. Delve into the UNESCO-listed Timanfaya National Park, pay a visit to the home of esteemed architect César Manrique, ride the perfect wave on your surfboard, or simply relax on the island's picturesque beaches. With its diverse attractions, Lanzarote truly has something for everyone.